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‘You’re essentially breaking our legs, breaking our arms’: Disabled TikToker says the TSA broke her cane at airport

'I knew that this would happen to me eventually, because it happens to friends of mine every f*cking day'

On Jul 8, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg

woman in wheelchair group of men trying to assist her wheelchair up a step (arrows in red pointing to step) caption 'When accessing places one of the comments I get the most is... 'It's only one step, we can lift your wheelchair so you can get in.'' (l) woman in wheelchair group of men trying to help her up step caption 'Watch in real time as six strong men realize why 'One Step' is a big issue' (c) woman in wheelchair almost on step as men are pushing wheelchair caption 'Accessibility shouldn't look like this And moment like this can be very embarrassing and difficult mentally' (r)

‘Accessibility shouldn’t look like this’: TikToker shows how ‘only one step’ is a major issue for wheelchair users

'Six strong men realize why that 'one step' is a big issue.'

On Jun 24, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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‘Wheelchair accessible, my ass’: Disabled TikToker shows ‘accessible’ entrance that leads to stairs

'What’s even the point of having a door opening button if u get in and it’s just STAIRS???'

On May 28, 2022 by Maria Poggi

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A woman is making TikTok’s spinning in her motorized wheelchair for donations to her van fund. TikTokers say it’s exposing the state of the U.S. healthcare system

'I hope some guilt ridden insurance company CEO sees this and sponsors you.'

On Apr 28, 2022 by Mikael Thalen

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These volunteers are making Black Lives Matter videos accessible to deaf activists

For the Deaf community, partaking in social justice conversations is reliant on accessible content.

On Aug 26, 2020 by Trinady Joslin

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Disabled users say Ravelry’s new site design has given them seizures

'I'm not able to use the website without pain.'

On Jul 2, 2020 by Trinady Joslin

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People online agree that shoplifting tampons is OK

A store is receiving backlash for a sign that asks customers to snitch on tampon thieves.

On Jan 30, 2020 by Esther Bell

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What Domino’s Pizza got wrong about internet accessibility

The internet is no longer optional.

On Oct 9, 2019 by S.E. Smith

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‘Sesame Street’ streaming exclusively on HBO Max raises accessibility concerns

'I'm so sad for all the kids who will grow up without the show.'

On Oct 5, 2019 by Tiffanie Drayton

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WeWalk smart cane gives blind users access to Google Maps

WeWALK has touchpad controls, giving users a free hand for their daily tasks.

On Sep 11, 2019 by Alex Puente

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Sekiro’s difficulty has people talking about the lack of accessibility in video games

What does an accessible version of a game based on difficulty look like?

On Apr 6, 2019 by Joseph Knoop

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These apps rate businesses based on size, gender, disability, and POC accessibility

Ample and AllGo want you to feel comfortable when you shop and eat out.

On Jan 14, 2019

Apple has proposed emoji that represent people with disabilities.

Apple wants emoji that represent people with disabilities

The proposed characters include guide dogs and prosthetic limbs.

On Mar 24, 2018 by Kris Seavers

How to use Google Maps wheelchair accessible routes

Google Maps now has a ‘wheelchair accessible’ option

The option should make using intracity public transit less complicated.

On Mar 16, 2018 by Christina Bonnington

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People with disabilities have launched a virtual march—so they can participate too

Not everyone can march, but they can still protest.

On Jan 19, 2017 by Jaya Saxena